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Cadbury, Edward (1873–1948), confectionery manufacturer and industrial and social reformer, was born at 32 George Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, on 20 March 1873, the eldest son of George Cadbury (1839–1922), cocoa and chocolate manufacturer, and his first wife, Mary, née Tylor (1849–1887). He was educated at the ...

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George Cadbury (1839–1922) by Francis Dodd, c. 1920–22 by kind permission of Cadbury Trebor Bassett

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Cadbury, George (1839–1922), confectionery manufacturer and social reformer, was born at Edgbaston, Birmingham, on 19 September 1839, the third son and fourth child of John Cadbury (1801–1889), cocoa and chocolate manufacturer, and his wife, Candia (1805–1855), daughter of George Barrow, merchant and shipowner, of ...

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Grant, Sir Alexander, first baronet (1864–1937), biscuit manufacturer and benefactor, was born on 1 October 1864 in Forres, Moray, the eldest son of Peter Grant (1838–1882), a guard with Highland Railway, and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of James and Elizabeth Norries. While he was a pupil at ...

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Grubb [née Pim], Sarah (1746–1832), miller and benefactor, was born on 11 December 1746 at Mountrath, Queen's county, the eldest of the fifteen children of John Pim (1718–1797), a rich Dublin wool merchant, and his wife, Sarah Clibborn (1724–1812) of Moate Castle, co. Westmeath...

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Hartley, Sir William Pickles (1846–1922), jam manufacturer and philanthropist, was born on 23 February 1846 at Colne, Lancashire, the only surviving child of John Hartley, a whitesmith, and his wife, Margaret Pickles. He attended a local British and Foreign School Society school, and then ...

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George Lawson Johnston, first Baron Luke (1873–1943) by Lafayette, 1929 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Johnston, George Lawson, first Baron Luke (1873–1943), food manufacturer and philanthropist, was born on 9 September 1873 at 2 Blacket Place, Newington, Edinburgh, the second son of the thirteen children of John Lawson Johnston (1839–1900), nutrition promoter and food manufacturer, and his wife, ...

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Palmer, George William (1851–1913), biscuit manufacturer and benefactor, was born in Reading on 23 May 1851, the eldest of the six sons and four daughters of George Palmer (1818–1897), co-founder of Huntley and Palmers of Reading, and his wife, Elizabeth Sarah (1825–1894), daughter of ...

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Rank, Joseph (1854–1943), flour miller and philanthropist, was born at Holderness Road in Hull on 28 March 1854, the second of four sons (the eldest died in infancy) of James Rank (1829–1874), miller, and his first wife, Mary Ann (d. 1858), daughter of ...

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Wall, Thomas (1846–1930), sausage entrepreneur and philanthropist, was born at 113 Jermyn Street, London, on 30 August 1846 into a family of pork butchers and sausage manufacturers. His grandfather Richard Wall (1777/8–1838), pork butcher, had in 1790 been apprenticed to Edmund Cotterill...

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Watson, Sir (James) Angus (1874–1961), food manufacturer and philanthropist, was born on 16 January 1874 at Ryton-on-Tyne, Northumberland, the eldest of three children and the only son of Alexander Watson, a sanitary pipe manufacturer, and his wife, Jane Anne, the daughter of the ...

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Garfield Howard Weston (1927–2002) by Jane Bown, 1994 Camera Press, London

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Weston, Garfield Howard [Garry] (1927–2002), businessman and philanthropist, was born in Toronto, Canada, on 28 April 1927, second eldest of the three sons and six daughters of (Willard) Garfield Weston (1898–1978), businessman, and his first wife, Reta Lila, née Howard (d. 1967)...